Spilanthol, the principal alkylamide from Acmella oleracea, attenuates 5-fluorouracil-induced intestinal mucositis in mice

Spilanthol, the principal alkylamide from Acmella oleracea, attenuates 5-fluorouracil-induced intestinal mucositis in mice

Veronica Santana de Freitas-Blanco, Karin Maia Monteiro, Patricia Rosa de Oliveira, Ellen Cristina Souza de Oliveira, Lucia Elaine de Oliveira Braga, Rodney Alexandre de Carvalho Joao Ernesto; Ferreira Rodrigues

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Mucositis is one of the commonest side effects in cancer patients undergoing treatment with radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy, and it currently lacks appropriate and effective treatment. Acmella oleracea , a species of flowering herb from South America, contains spilanthol, an alkylamide that has...

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Spilanthol, the principal alkylamide from Acmella oleracea, attenuates 5-fluorouracil-induced intestinal mucositis in mice

Veronica Santana de Freitas-Blanco, Karin Maia Monteiro, Patricia Rosa de Oliveira, Ellen Cristina Souza de Oliveira, Lucia Elaine de Oliveira Braga, Rodney Alexandre de Carvalho Joao Ernesto; Ferreira Rodrigues


										

Spilanthol, the principal alkylamide from Acmella oleracea, attenuates 5-fluorouracil-induced intestinal mucositis in mice

Veronica Santana de Freitas-Blanco, Karin Maia Monteiro, Patricia Rosa de Oliveira, Ellen Cristina Souza de Oliveira, Lucia Elaine de Oliveira Braga, Rodney Alexandre de Carvalho Joao Ernesto; Ferreira Rodrigues

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    Planta medica: journal of medicinal plant and natural product research

    Vol. 85, no. 3 (Feb., 2019), p. 203-209